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MONDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 2008
CERTIORARI -- SUMMARY DISPOSITIONS
06-10446RHOADES, PAUL E. V. IDAHO
06-10841McKINNEY, RANDY L. V. IDAHO
06-11010PIZZUTO, GERALD R. V. IDAHO
06-12010CARD, DAVID L. V. IDAHO
07-5634HAIRSTON, JAMES H. V. IDAHO
The motions of petitioners for leave to proceed in forma
pauperis and the petitions for writs of certiorari are granted.
The judgments are vacated and the cases are remanded to the
Supreme Court of Idaho for further consideration in light of
Danforth v. Minnesota, 552 U.S. ___ (2008).
07-6393LAVE, JOSEPH R. V. TEXAS
The motion of petitioner for leave to proceed in forma
pauperis and the petition for a writ of certiorari are granted.
The judgment is vacated and the case is remanded to the Court of
Criminal Appeals of Texas for further consideration in light of
Danforth v. Minnesota, 552 U.S. ___ (2008).
07-8863JENKINS, STEWART V. UNITED STATES
The motion of petitioner for leave to proceed in forma
pauperis and the petition for a writ of certiorari are granted.
The judgment is vacated and the case is remanded to the United
States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit for further
consideration in light of Kimbrough v. United States, 552 U.S.
___ (2007).
ORDERS IN PENDING CASES
07A602PATRIDGE, DENNY R. V. UNITED STATES
The application for stay addressed to Justice Ginsburg
and referred to the Court is denied.
07M42NARAYANAN, RAVEENDRAN V. NEW YORK, NY, ET AL.
07M43NOESGES, MELVIN T. V. TORRES, ISRAEL G., ET AL.
07M44IBRAHIM, NASRA M. V. IBRAHIM, MOHAMED
07M45BARTNOF, BARBARA V. MESSINGER, ED, ET AL.
07M46WHITEHURST, LARRY F. V. ARTUS, SUPT., CLINTON
07M47DUMAS, LOWANA S. V. GENESEE CTY. COM. MENTAL HEALTH
The motions to direct the Clerk to file petitions for
writs of certiorari out of time are denied.
105, ORIG.KANSAS V. COLORADO
The Fifth and Final Report of the Special Master is received
and ordered filed. Exceptions to the Report, with supporting
briefs, may be filed within 45 days. Replies, if any, with
supporting briefs, may be filed within 30 days. The motion
of the Special Master for interim fees and expenses is granted,
and the Special Master is awarded a total of $88,515.30 for the
period January 1, 2006, through December 31, 2007, to be paid
equally by the parties.
06-939CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, ET AL. V. BROWN, ATT'Y GEN. OF CA, ET AL.
The motion of the Solicitor General for leave to participate
in oral argument as amicus curiae and for divided argument is
granted.
07-290DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, ET AL. V. HELLER, DICK A.
The motion of Texas, et al. for leave to participate in oral
argument as amici curiae and for divided argument, and, in the
alternative, for enlargement of time for oral argument is
denied. The motion of the Solicitor General for enlargement
of time for oral argument and for leave to participate in oral
argument as amicus curiae and for divided argument is granted.
CERTIORARI GRANTED
07-526CARCIERI, GOV. OF RI, ET AL. V. KEMPTHORNE, SEC. OF INTERIOR
The motion of Citizens Equal Rights Foundation, et al. for
The petition for a writ of certiorari is granted limited to
Questions 1 and 2 presented by the petition.
07-542ARIZONA V. GANT, RODNEY J.
The motion of National Association of Police Organizations,
Inc. for leave to file a brief as amicus curiae is granted. The
petition for a writ of certiorari is granted limited to the
following question: Does the Fourth Amendment require law
enforcement officers to demonstrate a threat to their safety or
a need to preserve evidence related to the crime of arrest in
order to justify a warrantless vehicular search incident to
arrest conducted after the vehicle's recent occupants have been
arrested and secured?
07-544CHRONES, WARDEN V. PULIDO, MICHAEL R.
The motion of respondent for leave to proceed in forma
pauperis is granted. The petition for a writ of certiorari is
granted.
CERTIORARI DENIED
06-1262BAKER, KEITH, ET AL. V. ST. JUDE MEDICAL S.C., ET AL.
07-515CARPENTER, DANIEL E. V. UNITED STATES
07-527DARDEN, WILLIAM V. PETERS, MARYBETH
07-547LOPEZ, OSCAR V. ASTRUE, COMM'R, SOCIAL SEC.
07-553DEAN, WARD F. V. UNITED STATES
07-656CONVOLVE, INC., ET AL. V. SEAGATE TECHNOLOGY, LLC
07-658NAT'L ASS'N OF REG. UTIL. COMM'R V. FERC
07-660MYERS, DAWN G. V. CENTRAL FL INVESTMENTS, ET AL.
07-684LIBERTY ELECTRIC POWER, LLC V. NATIONAL ENERGY & GAS, ET AL.
07-688BOLIN, GREGORY V. NEVADA
07-691DALE, KEVIN, ET AL. V. STEPHENS COUNTY, GA SCHOOL DIST.
07-692DALE, KEVIN, ET AL. V. WHITE COUNTY, GA SCHOOL DIST.
07-715TUNNELL, JOHN W. V. FORD MOTOR COMPANY
07-817VECCHIOLI, LORENZO V. BOREL PRIVATE BANK, ET AL.
07-825BLANCHARD, CHERYL V. MORTON SCHOOL DISTRICT, ET AL.
07-874LEDO, BERNADETTE F. V. LEAVITT, SEC. OF H&HS
07-879AUTOTECH TECH. LTD. V. INTEGRAL RESEARCH CORP.
07-944LIVING CARE ALTERNATIVES, ET AL. V. UNITED STATES
07-971BEESON, JOHN M. V. UNITED STATES
07-974VALLES-ZAMORA, MANUEL A. V. UNITED STATES
07-5324PORTILLO-VEGA, LEONARDO V. UNITED STATES
07-6874DIAZ, ARTURO V. QUARTERMAN, DIR., TX DCJ
07-7091AGUILAR, ANTHONY S. V. UNITED STATES with
07-7746RYAN, JEFFREY V. UNITED STATES
07-7114OUTLER, RAYMOND V. UNITED STATES
07-7371DORSEY, LEON D. V. QUARTERMAN, DIR., TX DCJ
07-7411HARPER, BERNARD G. V. MICHIGAN
07-7594COOPER, JAMES A. V. UNITED STATES
07-7769WILLIAMS, LUKE A. V. OZMINT, DIR., SC DOC, ET AL.
07-7815SALDANO, VICTOR H. V. TEXAS
07-7829BRADFORD, STEVEN V. UNITED STATES
07-7830JOUBERT, ELIJAH D. V. TEXAS
07-8274ROYSTER, D'ANGELO V. ABDELLATIF, BADAWI, ET AL.
07-8275RUSIECKI, STEPHEN G. V. JENSEN, YVONNE D.
07-8276SIDES, BRIAN V. CHAMPAIGN, IL, ET AL.
07-8306RODRIGUEZ, FRANK S. V. CALIFORNIA
07-8342SMITH, DAMON L. V. LAFLER, WARDEN
07-8344SCHELL, TERRY P. V. VASQUEZ, WARDEN
07-8347ST. LOUIS, JAMES V. MARSHALL, EVA, ET AL.
07-8352WALSH, MICHAEL V. FISCHER, COMM'R, NY DOC, ET AL.
07-8355GENTRAS, AARON V. CAIN, WARDEN
07-8362HOLMAN, GAYLIN V. CASON, WARDEN
07-8364LEWIS, TOMMY E. V. DEXTER, ACTING WARDEN
07-8368GOULD, GEORGE V. FLORIDA
07-8372HYLAND, THOMAS G. V. McNEIL, SEC., FL DOC, ET AL.
07-8374HUFF, MARK V. QUARTERMAN, DIR., TX DCJ
07-8378FRANCIS, LOUIS V. CALIFORNIA
07-8380TAYLOR-BEY, TYREESE V. BOWEN, OTIS R., ET AL.
07-8393BOUDETTE, ERIC D. V. SCHRIRO, DIR., AZ DOC
07-8396BRITT, RONALD E. V. FLORIDA
07-8403ADAMS, CURTIS V. DAVITA DIALYSIS CENTER, ET AL.
07-8419CLARK, BARBARA V. POPE, CAROL, ET AL.
07-8427BEATTY, WILLIAM L. V. WYNDER, SUPT., DALLAS, ET AL.
07-8428AYERS, LAMONT V. V. UNITED STATES
07-8431ALDEGUER, HENRY S. V. OREGON, ET AL.
07-8462STRADER, VINCENT J. V. PENNSYLVANIA
07-8495HERNANDEZ, SALVADOR V. RYAN, WARDEN
07-8530NASSAR, GEORGE H. V. MALONEY, MICHAEL, ET AL.
07-8543WILLIAMS, DONALD L. V. POWELL, WARDEN
07-8583DAVIS, GORDON V. MUKASEY, ATT'Y GEN.
07-8624SMITH, DAVID R. V. LEWIS, WARDEN
07-8635McCUISTION, DAVID W. V. McKENNA, ATT'Y GEN. OF WA
07-8670CHEATHAM, HARRY V. CALIFORNIA
07-8719INSYXIENGMAY, OLOTH V. BRUNSON, SUPT., CLALLAM BAY
07-8721GAUTIER, JACQUES V. RHODE ISLAND, ET AL.
07-8741CLARK, BARBARA V. ADVENTIST HEALTH SYSTEM, ET AL.
07-8743CODY, WILLIAM R. V. SLYKHUIS, DARYL R., ET AL.
07-8775QAZZA, SULEIMAN A. V. MUKASEY, ATT'Y GEN.
07-8784WHITE, NATHANIEL V. BURTT, WARDEN, ET AL.
07-8789SPINNATO, SALVATORE V. GALLEY, WARDEN, ET AL.
07-8804BERKOVITZ, SUSAN R. V. MINNESOTA
07-8811HAMMOND, DAVID FELA I. V. CALIFORNIA
07-8816QUINTANILLA, NICOLAS V. CALIFORNIA
07-8827THOMPSON, ANTONE R. V. UT DEPT. OF COMMERCE
07-8867MEROLA, THOMAS V. SHERRER, ADM'R, NORTHERN
07-8888RAMSEY, STANLEY G. V. UNITED STATES
07-8899KING, DIANE V. DEPT. OF VA
07-8903JACKSON, KEENAN L. V. UNITED STATES
07-8905BARRAZA-SANCHEZ, VICENTE V. UNITED STATES
07-8930GREEN, CLASFORD D. V. UNITED STATES
07-8931HENDERSON, OTIS C. V. UNITED STATES
07-8935GUILLORY, JOHN H. V. UNITED STATES
07-8938RAMIREZ-LOPEZ, JUAN R. V. UNITED STATES
07-8939RUDOLPH, RUDY V. UNITED STATES
07-8945MURRAY, WILLIAM W. V. FRANCIS, WARDEN
07-8952TORRES, RAUL L. V. UNITED STATES
07-8953ROYAL, JAMES R. V. ROBINSON, A. DAVID
07-8966PROCTOR, KENDRICK F. V. UNITED STATES
07-8972SCOTT, LAMAUN V. UNITED STATES
07-8975TUCKER, DARRYL V. UNITED STATES
07-8979NIAVE-DELGADO, JESUS V. UNITED STATES
07-8980JONES, ROBERT L. V. UNITED STATES
07-8982BORIHANE, INTHANOUSONE V. UNITED STATES
07-8987HOFFLER-RIDDICK, PAMELA Y. V. UNITED STATES
07-8988GREEN, KENNETH V. UNITED STATES
07-8991DUQUE, JORGE V. UNITED STATES
07-8993DOMINGO-GODINEZ, RAFAEL V. UNITED STATES
07-8998REED, JACK C. V. OUTLAW, WARDEN
07-9000OWEN, LANCE E. V. UNITED STATES
07-9001PRIDDY, JOEY K. V. UNITED STATES
07-9003LAMONDS, STEVEN A. V. UNITED STATES
07-9004LISCANO, STEVE V. UNITED STATES
07-9005TORRES-SUSTAITA, OMAR V. UNITED STATES
07-9007BARTSCH, OTVINO V. UNITED STATES
07-9008REYES, JOSE A. V. UNITED STATES
07-9010SLADE, ROBERT T. V. UNITED STATES
07-9013DELAMOS, REY R. V. UNITED STATES
07-9014DIKEOCHA, EBENEZER V. UNITED STATES
07-9018McSWAIN, MARCUS A. V. UNITED STATES
07-9019PICKFORD, ERICK J. V. UNITED STATES
07-9023NORWOOD, STEPHEN W. V. UNITED STATES
07-9026MENDOZA-NUNEZ, JOEL V. UNITED STATES
07-9027JUSINO, FRANCISCO V. UNITED STATES
07-9029LINDBLAD, SAMUEL V. UNITED STATES
07-9032SEYMOUR, DAVID V. UNITED STATES
07-9034ROSE, GREGORY M. V. UNITED STATES
07-9039ABBOUCHI, MAHER H. V. UNITED STATES
07-9047ARIAS, RAMON E. V. UNITED STATES
07-9051GARCIA-CASTANEDA, IVAN V. UNITED STATES
07-9053GUTIERREZ, HECTOR V. UNITED STATES
07-9060COLLINS, RAYMOND A. V. UNITED STATES
07-9062CHAUX-SARRIA, CIELO V. UNITED STATES
07-9063FASHEWE, OLABODE B. V. UNITED STATES
07-9073MATTHEWS, LARRY V. UNITED STATES
07-9075FOXWORTH, JEANETTE V. UNITED STATES
07-9080HENDERSON, MICHAEL V. UNITED STATES
07-9084HARMON, EMMA J. V. UNITED STATES
07-9087FIORANI, ROASARIO A. V. UNITED STATES
07-9090HARRIS, ELIJAH H. V. UNITED STATES
07-9094ELSESSER, KEITH A. V. UNITED STATES
07-9095DIAZ-LUEVANO, LUIS V. UNITED STATES
07-9098CALVILLO-JIMENEZ, OSCAR V. UNITED STATES
07-9099NORBURY, JAMES V. V. UNITED STATES
07-9103MULDROW, WILLIAM H. V. UNITED STATES
07-9104TELLIER, RENE V. UNITED STATES
07-9113SANCHEZ, PEDRO V. UNITED STATES
07-9120MARTINES-CHAVEZ, ROSA V. UNITED STATES
The petitions for writs of certiorari are denied.
07-806PHILIP MORRIS USA INC., ET AL. V. ACCORD, RONALD, ET AL.
The motion of Ciba Corporation, et al. for leave to file a
brief as amici curiae is granted. The motion of Chamber of
Commerce of the United States of America for leave to file a
brief as amicus curiae is granted. The petition for a writ of
certiorari is denied.
07-8273ROLLE, RANDALL L. V. RAYSOR, NICOLE, ET AL.
The petition for a writ of certiorari before judgment is
denied.
07-8461STRINGER, CHARLES L. V. ASTRUE, COMM'R, SOCIAL SEC.
The motion of petitioner for leave to proceed in forma
pauperis is denied, and the petition for a writ of certiorari is
dismissed. See Rule 39.8. As the petitioner has repeatedly
abused this Court's process, the Clerk is directed not to accept
any further petitions in noncriminal matters from petitioner
unless the docketing fee required by Rule 38(a) is paid and the
petition is submitted in compliance with Rule 33.1. See Martin
v. District of Columbia Court of Appeals, 506 U.S. 1 (1992) (per
curiam). Justice Stevens dissents. See id., at 4, and cases
cited therein.
07-8960AWALA, GBEKE M. V. ROBERTS, CHIEF JUSTICE, ET AL.
The motion of petitioner for leave to proceed in forma
pauperis is denied, and the petition for a writ of certiorari is
dismissed. See Rule 39.8. The Chief Justice and Justice Alito
took no part in the consideration or decision of this motion and
this petition.
HABEAS CORPUS DENIED
07-8544IN RE DONALD L. WILLIAMS, JR.
07-9119IN RE LEON WILLIAMS
The petitions for writs of habeas corpus are denied.
MANDAMUS DENIED
07-8350IN RE CHARLES W. ALPINE
The petition for a writ of mandamus and/or prohibition is
denied.
REHEARINGS DENIED
07-549GANGULY, DULAL K. V. SWISS AM. SECURITIES, ET AL.
07-624HENDRICKSON, PETER E. V. UNITED STATES
07-681SCHULZ, ROBERT L. V. UNITED STATES, ET AL.
07-709LOPEZ, GUADALUPE V. JACKSON, SEC., HUD
07-5710TURNER, RANDY V. UNITED STATES
07-6855IN RE ISSAC W. MILLER
07-6920GRANDOIT, GERARD D. V. COOPERATIVE FOR HUMAN SERVICES
07-7255WILLIAMS, DONALD L. V. POWELL, WARDEN
07-7391MARLIN, MICHAEL D. V. MS. FONTENOT
07-7438JACKMAN, DONALD G. V. DEPT. OF JUSTICE
07-7535SHELTON, IRA V. MSPB
07-7660WARD, JAMES K. V. EEOC
07-8097HINSON, LEO V. UNITED STATES
07-8390IN RE THOMAS MARMOLEJOS
The petitions for rehearing are denied.
04-961McMILLAN, ULYSSES V. UNITED STATES
The motion for leave to file a petition for
rehearing is denied. Justice Alito took no part in
the consideration or decision of this motion.